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- Smoking Cessation
- Sexual Health
- Self-Certification sick note
- Ear syringing
- Talking Space Plus
- GO Active
If you are a current smoker and would like advice on stopping, please see:
Speak to your local pharmacist.
Contact Smoke Free Life Oxfordshire
Sexual health is a very important aspect of everyone's health. It is therefore important you don't let your nerves hold you back from asking for help or advice.
There are a range of services provided by the NHS so that you can keep on top of your health.
For information on these please follow the link -> Sexual Health Oxfordshire
Self-Certification - Sick Note
If this is your first sick note for this illness and you have been suffering with it for 7 days or less then you don't need to see a doctor.
- You can complete a self certification form yourself
- Some employers do require a doctor's sick note regardless
- Many employers however have their own self-certification forms, but if they don't you can print and fill out the form below.
Self-Certification Sick Form
We stopped ear syringing at the end of March for all patients except those who the hospital's Ear, Nose & Throat department have requested it for or pre-referral to the Audiology (hearing) clinic.
Patients can contact the following clinics to arrange ear syringing privately:
- The Hearing Clinic, 25 Hart Street, Henley, 01491 577555
- The Berkshire Independent Hospital, Reading, 0118 902 8000
- The Oxford Hearing Centre, Eynsham Road, Oxford, 01865 861861
- Leightons Opticians and Hearing Care, 12-14 Queen Victoria Street, Reading, 0118 959 0055. Or their branches in Woodley or Marlow. www.leightons.co.uk
Talking Space Plus
At TalkingSpace Plus the team work actively with people struggling with depression and anxiety,
helping them move forward and recover using psychological therapies that work.
For more information:
Visit the Talking Space Plus website
GO Active, Get Healthy, a free project that aims to help people do more physical activity and exercise, getting more activity into their everyday lives.
Visit the Oxfordshire page www.getoxfordshireactive.org for further information on lots of activities in your area by searching your postcode.